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While I have been taking a break from affiliate marketing myself recently, back when I was actively running campaigns I would often log into each affiliate network separately to search for a suitable offer to promote.
This can get old fast and be a bit of a pain when you’re a member of a lot of different affiliate networks.
Jounce.com is a new site that is still in beta but now open to the public. It was officially launched at Affiliate Summit East a couple weeks ago, and they’re now spreading the word about their free service.
Basically, Jounce is a search engine where users can search for affiliate products and offers all in one place and even sync their affiliate network accounts to easily retrieve their affiliate URLs.
They currently have 60 affiliate networks in their system with plans of adding 400 more soon. Their search engine index currently spans 12 million offers and products.
Below is a 25-minute screencast review of Jounce:
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Below is a short animated overview of Jounce for those with a shorter attention span:
It would be great if Jounce.com implements some of my suggestions because I think they can certainly be a viable and useful free service that I can see myself using in the future.